Mnangagwa’s son caught up in a scandal
Justice Mayor Wadyajena, a self confessed Mnangagwa worshiper, has been caught up in corruption involving motorbikes belonging to Cottco Zimbabwe.
According to reports, Gokwe-Nembudziya MP Wadyajena, a well known Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa apologist, took the bikes meant for Cottco’s Gokwe farming mobilisation programme.
He reportedly took the first batch of five bikes at Gokwe Centre on August 24 this year and another five were delivered to him in Harare on August 29.
The first five bikes were supposed to be sent to Nembudziya for Cottco’s cotton mobilisation programme but are reportedly yet to be delivered.
Wadyajena allegedly called the then Cottco managing director Christopher Murove complaining that he was unhappy because he had been given old bikes.
Murove responded immediately by ordering the dispatch of five more bikes to Wadyajena, which were delivered to him in Harare. According to a goods destination voucher delivery note seen by this paper, Wadyajena was supposed to return the first five bikes, but indicated he was no longer going to give them back to Cottco.
When asked for comment, Wadyajena denied that he took the bikes, but Pius Manamike the acting managing director confirmed the consignment was sent to the MP.
Wadyajena has been ‘at the forefront of anti corruption fight’ name calling and harassing other corrupt Zanu PF MPs, asking them to account for their ill-gotten loot.
Recently he has been tormenting Jonathan Moyo following his arrest over Zimdef $450 000 theft.
Moyo insists that Wadyajena’s political father, Emmerson Mnangagwa, is behind his problems as he tries to clear political huddles in the battle to succeed President Robert Mugabe.